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Associated Press, Published June 14 2010

Police hope enhanced photo will generate leads in Chisholm girl's disappearance

CHISHOLM, Minn. (AP) — Chisholm police are hoping an age-enhanced photo of a missing girl will generate new leads in her disappearance seven years ago.

Five-year-old LeeAnna Warner went missing June 14, 2003 while on her way to a friend's house. Police have investigated hundreds of leads, but none has provided any answers to the girl's mysterious disappearance.

Police Chief Vernon Manner says the release of the age-enhanced photo should generate more leads on a national scale. Manner tells KDLH-TV he expects most leads will be look-a-likes, but says they'll investigate every one of them.

The photo shows what LeeAnna would look like at age 12.

Copyright 2010 The Associated Press.